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Week 10 Fantasy Football Rankings


  1. Tom Brady
  2. Aaron Rodgers
  3. Andy Dalton
  4. Drew Brees
  5. Blake Bortles
  6. Cam Newton
  7. Derek Carr
  8. Eli Manning
  9. Kirk Cousins
  10. Joe Flacco
  11. Peyton Manning
  12. Carson Palmer
  13. Tyrod Taylor
  14. Ryan Fitzpatrick
  15. Ryan Tannehill
  16. Russell Wilson
  17. Sam Bradford
  18. Jay Cutler
  19. Matthew Stafford
  20. Jameis Winston
  21. Teddy Bridgewater
  22. Brian Hoyer
  23. Marcus Mariota
  24. Josh McCown
  25. Nick Foles

Sleeper: Kirk Cousins

After a disgusting performance against the Tennessee Titans, the New Orleans Saints have solidified themselves as the worst passing defense in the NFL. In fantasy terms, every single quarterback that has played them has had their best or 2nd best performance of the entire year. This week is going to be huge for Kirk Cousins, who should be slinging it everywhere. He defintely should be started in every league 12 teams and deeper.

Don’t Start: Ryan Fitzpatrick

On a short week against the Buffalo Bills, Ryan Fitzpatrick isn’t an ideal start this week at the quarterback position. The Buffalo Bills have proven to perfom well against the pass, so a hurt Fitzpatrick shouldn’t be someone you run out there. I have Fitzpatrick as a QB2, who should only be started in deeper leagues or 2QB leagues.

Running Backs

  1. Todd Gurley
  2. Adrian Peterson
  3. Mark Ingram
  4. Demarco Murray
  5. Lamar Miller
  6. Doug Martin
  7. Deangelo Williams
  8. Marshawn Lynch
  9. Darren McFadden
  10. Justin Forsett
  11. Lesean McCoy
  12. T.J. Yeldon
  13. Giovanni Bernard
  14. James Starks
  15. Christopher Ivory
  16. Jonathan Stewart
  17. LeGarrette Blount
  18. Karlos Williams
  19. Latavius Murray
  20. Jeremy Hill
  21. Charcandrick West
  22. Theo Riddick
  23. Duke Johnson Jr.
  24. Ryan Mathews
  25. Ronnie Hilman
  26. Chris Johnson
  27. C.J. Anderson
  28. Jeremy Langford
  29. Alfred Blue
  30. Eddie Lacy
  31. James White
  32. Isaiah Crowell
  33. Matt Jones
  34. Antonio Andrews
  35. Charles Sims
  36. Shane Vereen
  37. C.J. Spiller
  38. Chris Thompson
  39. Rashard Jennings
  40. Joique Bell
  41. Dexter McCluster
  42. Darren Sproles
  43. Marcel Reece
  44. Chris Polk
  45. David Johnson
  46. Mike Tolbert
  47. Brandon Bolden
  48. Ameer Abdullah
  49. Andre Ellington
  50. Christine Michael

Sleeper: Karlos Williams

Karlos Williams is proving to be a great find for the Bills, as he has been outperfoming starting runningback Lesean McCoy the whole year. McCoy is probable with a shoulder injury, but Williams has been performing excellent even when McCoy has been playing. I have Williams as a RB2 this week and should be started in most leagues.

Don’t Start: Christopher Ivory

Christopher Ivory is slowly coming back down to earth as of late, averaging 1.2 yards per carry over the last two games. The Bills have a great run defense and should give Ivory a great test on Thursday. Ivory is a RB2, but mostly because of bye weeks. I would be suprised to see Ivory have a big game on the ground this week.

Wide Receivers 

  1. Antonio Brown
  2. A.J. Green
  3. Deandre Hopkins
  4. Odell Beckham Jr.
  5. Allen Robinson
  6. Julian Edelman
  7. Alshon Jeffrey
  8. Dez Bryant
  9. Demaryius Thomas
  10. Randall Cobb
  11. Calvin Johnson
  12. Emmanuel Sanders
  13. Amari Cooper
  14. Mike Evans
  15. Jarvis Landry
  16. Eric Decker
  17. Brandon Marshall
  18. Michael Crabtree
  19. Stefon Diggs
  20. Brandin Cooks
  21. Allen Hurns
  22. Jordan Matthews
  23. Brandon LaFell
  24. Willie Snead
  25. Jeremy Maclin
  26. John Brown
  27. Martavis Bryant
  28. Tavon Austin
  29. Davante Adams
  30. Larry Fitzgerald
  31. Rishard Matthews
  32. Sammy Watkins
  33. Pierre Garcon
  34. Kamar Aiken
  35. Travis Benjamin
  36. James Jones
  37. Desean Jackson
  38. Golden Tate
  39. Marvin Jones
  40. Nate Washington
  41. Rueben Randle
  42. Robert Woods
  43. Danny Amendola
  44. Ted Ginn Jr.
  45. Michael Floyd
  46. Dorial Green-Beckham
  47. Cole Beasley
  48. Jamison Crowder
  49. Marquess Wilson
  50. Devin Funchess

Sleeper: Stefon Diggs

After a monsterous start to the year, we’ve seen a relatively small decline in Diggs’ performance over the past two weeks. This week should different, as the Oakland Raiders defense has struggled in the passing game. I think we can expect a large performance from Diggs this week is a shootout.

Don’t Trust: Jeremy Maclin

The Denver Broncos defense has been something special this year, shutting down almost everyone they’ve played this year. Although star cornerback Aqib Talib is out this week due to suspension, Kansas City wideout Jeremy Maclin should still struggle heavily. The pass rush should make it difficult for Alex Smith to complete passes downfield, which should equate to a tough matchup for Maclin this week.

Tight Ends

  1. Rob Gronkowski
  2. Jordan Reed
  3. Tyler Eifert
  4. Greg Olsen
  5. Gary Barnidge
  6. Martellus Bennett
  7. Benjamin Watson
  8. Julius Thomas
  9. Travis Kelce
  10. Jimmy Graham
  11. Jason Witten
  12. Charles Clay
  13. Delanie Walker
  14. Eric Ebron
  15. Kyle Rudolph
  16. Richard Rodgers
  17. Heath Miller
  18. Crockett Gilmore
  19. Jordan Cameron
  20. Zach Ertz
  21. Austin Seferian-Jenkins
  22. Owen Daniels
  23. Clive Walford
  24. Jared Cook
  25. Vernon Davis

Sleeper: Eric Ebron

Most of the Detriot Lions‘ players are becoming great fantasy options because of their ability to get down early in football games. This week should be no exception, as they play the Green Bay Packers this upcoming Sunday. I can see a scenario where the Lions get down early, which will cause a pass heavy attack to chase points. I like a healthy Eric Ebron to be a sleeper this weekend.

Don’t Trust: Delanie Walker

Delanie Walker had a breakout game this past weekend, scoring two touchdowns against a terrible Saints defense. This week, Walker gets a Carolina Panthers defense that has some of the best linebackers in the NFL. Don’t be fooled by Walkers breakout and let him sit this weekend.

Start of the Week: Jordan Reed

In one of the more interesting starts of the week, Jordan Reed is my selection. Reed is averaging 9 targets per game so far this year, along with 4 touchdowns. Reed gets the oppurtunity to feast against a bad Saints defense and I fully expect him to suceed. I would be shocked if Reed puts up anything lower than 12 fantasy points this week.

Andrew Scherer

Andrew Scherer

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